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By Philip Bowring Ian Verchere, who died on 17 July in England aged 83, was one of the most agreeable and versatile journalists I have known. A restless enthusiasm and a wide variety of intellectual interests took him to many places, but he started out in Hong Kong doing his national service i...
September 23, 2021
By Stephen Vines Jonathan Mirsky was never a conventional journalist, nor conventional anything else. He died in London in September at the age of 88.  For many years he was among the best known China watchers in the hacking business and won the British Press Awards International Repor...
Tensions and territorial disputes in the South China Sea are unlikely to result in warfare because of the Philippines’ mutual defence treaty with the United States, said former Philippine Supreme Court Justice Antonio T. Carpio.  “The Chinese know that they cannot afford to go to war with...
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'Trading Places' Pays Tribute to the Architectural Glories of China’s Former Treaty Ports
2021-10-14 01:08:38
In an epic tribute to architecture, history and photography, FCC Member Nicholas Kittoturns his l...
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